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Pipeline Integrity Management Under Geohazard Conditions (PIMG)

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Mamdouh M. Salama
Mamdouh M. Salama
ConocoPhillips
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Yong-Yi Wang
Yong-Yi Wang
CRES
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Don West
Don West
Golder
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Alexander McKenzie-Johnson
Alexander McKenzie-Johnson
Geosyntec
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Azam B A-Rahman
Azam B A-Rahman
Petronas
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Guiyi Wu
Guiyi Wu
TWI
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Jens Petter Tronskar
Jens Petter Tronskar
DNVGL
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Jim Hart
Jim Hart
SSD Inc
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Bernt J. Leira
Bernt J. Leira
NTNU
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ISBN:
9780791861998
No. of Pages:
412
Publisher:
ASME Press
Publication date:
2020

A seismic event can cause severe damage, including ruptures and leaks to pipelines and distribution systems, leading to environmental hazard, loss of life, and impairment of the infrastructure. An Earthquake-Resistant Ductile Iron Pipe (ERDIP) is capable of absorbing large ground displacements that occur during severe earthquakes by movement of its joints through expansion, contraction, and deflection. This engineering solution brings great potential to reduce environmental hazard and disruption of critical public services for cities with expansive infrastructure that are on a seismically active zone. However, to ensure safe operation and feasibility of design such pipeline products are to be...

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INTRODUCTION
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OBJECTIVE
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METHODOLOGY
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DESIGN CRITERIA
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VALIDATION USING 6” ERDIP PIPE TEST DATA
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48” ERDIP PIPE FEA
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CONCLUSION
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